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A New Year of Goals

This year is slightly different than previous years; I actually get to prep for a 1:1 iPad classroom instead of a BYOT environment. I thrived with BYOT, but it did leave some room for improvement with equality (self-explanatory) and consistency … Continue reading

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Pre-ISTE Insight

A conference like ISTE requires a high level of mental preparation. I find that explaining my process to the world gets me ready. I hated not knowing what to expect nor what to pack for my first ISTE, also in Philadelphia, so … Continue reading

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Pins, Tags, Shares, Oh My

What do pins, tags, and shares have in common? They are terms used for content curation. Content curation is a hot topic this year, but it is not a new concept. Beth Kanter defined it best: Content curation is not … Continue reading

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ISTE Preview

Someone already wrote a great and through blog post on How to Follow ISTE 2012 from Afar (@engaginged on Twitter) – and there was no need to re-write the same ideas. My blog provides links to all my ISTE content: … Continue reading

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Teaching Philosophy

Through my teaching, I hope to prepare students to function effectively in an information economy as life-long learners. Students need to prepared to learn in the real world, a world that functions without a teacher personally guiding their learning and … Continue reading

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Diigo

For my LTMS525 class I am creating a fictional project that I hope to actually incorporate into my classroom. How can teachers encourage students to be more efficient with online research? I know when I am doing research online it … Continue reading

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